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Clever Picture: Hartshorn Salt Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

18 December 2020 — Hartshorn salt is a mixture of two parts ammonium hydrogen carbonate and one part ammonium carbonate and some ammonium carbamate

Hartshorn Salt Chemistry

Clever Picture: Potash Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

17 December 2020 — Potassium carbonate is used as a leavening agent for baked goods

Potash Chemistry

Clever Picture: Cardamom Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

16 December 2020 — Cardamom seeds contain an essential oil that gives them a spicy, sweetish hot aroma

Cardamom Chemistry

Clever Picture: Anise Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

15 December 2020 — A look at the chemistry of anise seed, which is used as a spice, either ground or whole

Anise Chemistry

Noteworthy: Most Accessed Articles: November 2020

Author: ChemistryViews.org

13 December 2020 — Highlights from Chemistry Europe, ACES, and GDCh journals

Most Accessed Articles: November 2020

Clever Picture: Ginger Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

12 December 2020 — Ginger is one of the earliest spices to be cultivated and exported

Ginger Chemistry

Clever Picture: Yeast Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

10 December 2020 — Yeast has been of vital importance in winemaking, baking, and brewing since ancient times

Yeast Chemistry

Clever Picture: Egg White Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

09 December 2020 — Egg white or albumen is very suitable as a baking agent, as it forms a voluminous and strong foam

Egg White Chemistry

Clever Picture: Cinnamon Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

08 December 2020 — In this Clever Picture we look at the chemistry of one of the oldest spices

Cinnamon Chemistry

Clever Picture: Allspice Chemistry

Author: Vera Koester ORCID iD

07 December 2020 — Contrary to what its name suggests, allspice is not a mixture but one unique ingredient

Allspice Chemistry
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